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Microtek ScanMaker i800 and Photoshop CS


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Hello everyone,

Is there anyone on this forum who owns both a Microtek ScanMaker i800 scanner and Photoshop CS?

I own Photoshop CS, and I'm really interested in getting a Microtek ScanMaker i800, but only if it is truly compatible with Photoshop CS (i.e., if you can scan from within Photoshop, using the File>Import command, rather than having to use some lame proprietary scanning software). I hate using any scanning program other than Photoshop.

If anyone knows anything about this, please email me.

Thanks,

Jason
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